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The Record Plant was a series of three famous recording studios which were founded by Gary Kellgren and Chris Stone, beginning in New York City in 1968. The next year, Kellgren and Stone opened a second studio in Los Angeles. In 1972, the company expanded again with a third location in Sausalito, California. Kellgren died in 1977, and in the 1980s, the New York and Sausalito studios ended up under different ownership and management. The New York studio closed in 1987 and the Sausalito studio closed in 2008. The Los Angeles studio continues in business as "The Record Plant".

Recording with Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga and Teddy Riley

Lady Gaga and Teddy Riley (Sep 29, 2009)

Songs from The Fame (2008):

Songs from The Fame Monster (2009):

Songs from ARTPOP (2013):

Songs written for other artists:


On October 9, 2013, Gaga asked some dedicated fans she nicknamed the "LA Rivington Rebels" to paint a mural in the parking lot of the Record Plant with ARTPOP the track list on tt. Later the track listing was unveiled in a series of fan posts retweet by Gaga on Twitter


Recording studios by year
"150 Studios"  · "333 Studios"  · "The Dojo"
2008 "Chalice Studios"  · "Cherrytree Recording Studios"  · "Record Plant"  · "2nd Floor Studios"  · "Darkchild Studios"
2009 "Darkchild Studios"  · "FC Walvisch"  · "Metropolis Studios"  · "Paradise Studios"  · "Record Plant"  · "Studio Groove"
2010 "Studio 301"  · "Abbey Road Studios"  · "Studio Bus"  · "Sing Sing Studios"  · "Studio at the Palms"  · "The Living Room Studios"  · "Ware House Productions"  · "Germano Studios"  · "Olle Romö"  · "Allertown Hill"  · "Gang Studio"  · "Officine Mechaniche Studios"
2011 "Setai Recording Studio"  · "Paradise Studios"  · "Studio Bus"
2013 "Record Plant"  · "CRC Studios"  · "Platinum Sound Recording Studios"  · "Shangri La"  · "80 Hertz Studios"  · "Piano Music Studios"

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